Monthly Archives: February 2011

Is it time to call a reform on the Corpus Juris?

Is it time to call a reform on the Corpus Juris? Some time ago, I posted a blog on Law that bared the same title as this – but not being au fait with the law, I took it down. … Continue reading

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Wikileaks, Manning, The Guardian and a case of journalistic ethics

The case of Bradley Manning and his alleged crimes of treason to the US government has put the spotlight on several ethical factors surrounding journalism. No person who has witnessed the collateral murder footage could deny that this leak has … Continue reading

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Osborne in 1+1=2 realisation

At the G20, the forum for balancing world solidarity of greed with some sort of pretentious democracy – we hear the typical kid of pep talk at very disturbing times for these money men. Yes, times have been better before … Continue reading

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Cork Soakers

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The Creature from Jekyll Island

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The Banker

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A response to Cameron’s ‘Multiculturalism’ statement

Make no mistake, the timing of Cameron’s pathetic reference to a ‘multicultural’ Britain coincides directly to the recent turmoil in Egypt (and pays some lip-service to Merkel who made similar statements about Germany several months ago).   While in Munich  … Continue reading

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